Gayle, Sangakkara refuse to play PSL final in Lahore

Karachi Kings stars have made the decision despite being made lucrative offers

Sports Desk February 20, 2017

Karachi Kings' Chris Gayle, Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardene have refused to travel to Lahore for the Pakistan Super League (PSL) final despite being made lucrative financial offers by the league organisers.

As many as 50 cricketers expressed their desire to partake in the title-deciding match after the PSL organisers, following a high-level meeting, decided to go ahead and hold the match in Lahore, per Express News

However, absent from the list was the star trio of Gayle, Sangakkara and Jayawardene, who have refused to travel to Pakistan, citing the country's volatile security conditions.

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The PCB, in order to bring international players on board, has reportedly offered between $10,000 and $50,000 to the said players on top of the salaries they are already receiving.


haasham | 7 years ago | Reply PSL final has to be held in UAE
Aqeel | 7 years ago | Reply If Nawaz and Shahbaz sharif pledge to attend the final in Lahore, it would send a very encouraging signal to all the players who are still having second thoughts.
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